|Publications (Articles and Journals):
Edikpa, E.C. & Okeke, F.C., Chinyelugo, T.C. and Nji, I.A. (2016). Stress among principals and teachers in Anambra state secondary schools. Academic Scholarship Journal. Vol 12(1) 161-170.
Edikpa, E.C., Chinweuba, N.H. and Nwosu, M.F.N. (2016). Impact of climate change (flooding) on school children in the Riverine Aareas of Anambra State. Journal of resource Fulness and Distinction (JORESDIS) vol 12(1) pgs 95-105.
Chinweuba, N.H. and Edikpa, E.C. (2016). Career Education: A Panacea for youths empowerment and a stable society. Journal of Qualitative Education Vol 12(2) 71-77.
Okeke, F.C. and Edikpa, E.C. (2014). Entrepreneurship Education in Nigeria: Prospects, challenges and strategies. Multidisciplinary Journal of Research, Development (MULJORED) National Association of research, Development (NARD) 22(2) 116-126.
Okeke, F.C. and Edikpa, E.C. (2013). Challenges of Leadership in Secondary School Education in Anambra State. ANSU Journal of Educational Research (ANSUJER) 1(1) 130-141.
Edikpa, E.C. & Okeke, F.C. (2013). Empowering Rural Women for Development Through Entrepreneurship. ANSU Journal of Educational Research (ANSUJER) 1(1) 123-129.
Okeke, F.C. and Edikpa, E.C. (2012). Information Communication Technology. The catalyst for Adequate Data Management in Anambra State Secondary Education Board. Journal of Association for Encouraging Qualitative Education in Nigeria (ASSEQEN) 9(2) 120-128.
Okeke, F.C. and Edikpa, E.C. (2012). Administrative Strategies in Promoting Quality Assurance in Secondary Schools in Anambra State-Knowledge Builders a Multidisciplinary Journal for Advancement of Scholarship 7(1) 44-54.
Okeke, F.C. and Edikpa, E.C. (2011). Competency and Utilization of Information Management Among Secondary School Teachers: Implications for e-Learning Service Delivery. Optimizing e-learning Opportunities for Effective Educational Services Delivery. In Onyegegbu N & Eze, U (editors) A publication of Institute of Education, University of Nigeria, Nsukka 115-127.
Okeke, F.C. and Edikpa, E.C. (2011). Teacher Quality and e-Learning Service Delivery in Anambra State Secondary Schools. Journal of National Association forResearch Development (NARD) Multidisciplinary Association. 19(1) 72-82.
Edikpa, E.C. (2009). Improving Christian Religious Knowledge (CRK) Teaching through the use of Computer Assisted Picture Presentation Nigeria Association for Educational Administration and Planning (NAEAP). 1, (1) 186-190.
Edikpa, E.C. and Okeke, F.C. (2009). Effect of Monitoring National Youth Corps Teachers Teaching Competencies: A Case Study: Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration and Planning 9,(1) 197-204.
Edikpa, E.C. (2009). Strategies for Quality Assurance in Higher Education. Nwafor Orizu Journal of Educational Research and Development (NOJERD) A Publication of Nwafor Orizu College of Education Nsugbe 1,(1) 158-162.
Edikpa, E.C. (2008). An Assessment of Public/Private Secondary School in Anambra State. In Knowledge Builders. sA Multidisciplinary Journal for Advancement of Scholarship 4, 170-75.
Edikpa, E.C. (2008). Implication of Personnel re-Training in Vocational/Technical Education for Technological Challenges in the era of Globalization. Nigeria Association for Educational Administration and Planning (NAEAP) 61-66.
Edikpa, E.C. (2007). Strategies for enhancing staff development and motivation in Anambra state secondary school. Unizik Orient Journal of Education. 3(1) 99-105.
Edkipa, E.C. (2007). Open and Distance Learning to Enhance Development in Nigeria. Journal of World Council for curriculum and Instruction (WCCI). 6(3) 100-107.
Edikpa, E.C. (2007). Efficient Staff Development and Utilization for Universal Basic Education in Primary and Junior Secondary Schools. African Journal of Educational Foundations (AJEF) Published by Department of Educational Foundations Enugu State University of Science and Technology (ESUT), (3) 1, 94-104.
Edikpa, E.C. (2007). Assessing Teachers Participation in Decision making in Anambra State Secondary Schools. Multidisciplinary Journal of Empirical Research Association of Nigeria Academic Research 4, (1), 110-116.
Edikpa, E.C. (2006). Principal Leadership Role in Teaching CRK in Secondary Schools. Interdisciplinary Education Journal (Inteji) World Council for Curriculum and Instruction (WCCI) 7. 234-242.
Edikpa, E.C. (2006). Peace Education: A Vehicle for National Unity and Conflict Resolution. The Nigeria Academic Forum a multi Disciplinary Journal 11, (1). 45-51.
Edikpa, E.C. (2006). Causes and Strategies of Curbing Examination malpractice in the secondary schools, African Journal of Educational Foundations (AJEF) Published by Department of Educational Foundations Enugu State University of Science and Technology (ESUT), 92) 1, 108-118.
Edikpa, E.C. (2006). Assessing administrative strategies for controlling disciplinary problems in secondary school. Journal of Trends in Education (JOTTED). A publication of School of Education Federal College of Education (Technical) Asaba 1, (1) 20-27.
Edikpa, E.C. (2005). Peace Education: A Sine Qua Non for all Colleges of Education. Ebonyi State University Journal of Education (EBJE) Abakaliki: 4(1) 145-152.
Edikpa, E.C. (2005). Development and validation of Decision Making Skill Inventory for Secondary School Principals, Implication for a Girl Child. International Journal of Forum for African Women Education Nigeria (IJOFAWEN) Challenges of Educating the Girls, Women and Adolescents for Development Awka: Mercury bright press 91) 1, 123-133.
Edikpa, E.C. (2005). Evaluating the decision making skills of secondary school principals in Anambra State, National Association of the Academic (NAA) 9, 30-36.
Edikpa, E.C. (2005). In-Service Training Needs for Secondary School Teachers on Information and Communications Technology. National Association for the advancement of Knowledge (NAFAK) 11, (5) 60-65.
Edikpa, E.C. (2005). Production and Utilization of Instructional Materials by Senior Secondary School Teachers of Christian Religious Knowledge, journal of Cudimac, Faculty of Education, University of Nigeria Nsukka on Curriculum and Media Technology Research 1, (1) 75-82.
Edikpa, E.c. (2004). Causes of Conflict in Secondary School and Strategies Resolving them. Interdisciplinary Education Journal (INTEJ) World Council for Curriculum and instruction (WCCI) 5 & 6 104-114.
Agu,P.U Chukwuma,I.S Okeke F.C Omeke, F.C Edikpa, E.C. and Onu E.A.(2017) Evaluation of information technology based financial management practices for sustainable capacity building of finance officers of Nigerian State Colleges of Education. European Journal of Economics, Finance and Administrative Science FRDN Issue 94. Pp 72-81
Ugwoke,S.C.Eseadi,C.IgbokweC.C.Chiaha,G.T.U.Nwaubani,O.O.Orji,C.T. Ugwuanyi,L.T. Chukwuma,I.S. Edikpa,E.C. Ogakwu,V.N. Onu,E.A Agu, P. Nwobi,U.A. OmekeF.C. Okeke,F.C. Ezema, R.N. and Abugu, L.I. (2017) Effects of a rational-emotive health education intervention on stress management and irrational beliefs among technical college teachers in Southeast Nigeria. Medicine
Ugwoke,S.C. Agbo,A.C. Chukwuma, I.S. and Edikpa E.C. (2017) Use of information communication technology in the Administration of public secondary schools in Nsukka Education zones of Enugu State, Nigeria. European Journal of Scientfic Reseach vol 144 (1) pp110-118
Okere,A.U.Oboegbulem,A.I.Onyechi,K.C.N. Ihuarulam, M.O. Nwaubani, O.O. Edikpa,E.C. and Utoh-of0ngA.N.(2016). Management strategies of conflict between academic and non academic staff of Federal Universities in South East, Nigeria. European Journal of Economics, Finance and Administrative Science Issue 89 FRDN.
Chiaha, G.T.U., Agu, R.A., Edikpa, E.C. and Okoro Vivian (2016). Entrepreneurship Education Enhancement of Undergraduate Entrepreneurial Skills in Federal Universities South-East of Nigeria. Transylvanian Review, 24(9) 1363-1369.
Chiaha, G.T.U., Edikpa, E.C., Abella, E. and Chiaha, O.E. (2016). Impact of Entrepreneurship Education on Entrepreneurial Behaviour of Secondary School Students in Rivers State Nigeria. Transylvanian Review, 24(10) 2617-2635.
Okeke, F.C., Edikpa, E.C. & Okoye, V.N. (2012). Teacher Education Management for Universal Basic Education Program at the Junior Secondary School in Nigeria Approaches in International Journal of Research Development. West and Solomon Corporate ideals Ltd University of Sierra Leona Free town 7(1) 261-273.
Okeke, F.C., Edikpa, E.C. & Obi, I.D. (2013). Emerging Administrative Challenges of Education Reform Agenda and the coping Strategies in Nigerian Secondary Schools. World Educators Forum Annamalai University Annamalaimager – India, 1,(1) 82-93.
Edikpa, E.C. and Okeke, F.C. (2012). Examination Malpractice in Nigeria: The Secondary School Teachers Experience. Edited by Nwafor, Mordi and Nwaka West and Solomon Publishing Coy Onitsha 199-209.
Okeke, F.C. and Edikpa, E.C. (2012). Issues and Challenges in Universal Basic Education in Nigeria. Edited by Eze, G.N., Okpaga, A and Onuorah, A.N. West and Solomon Publishing Coy, Onitsha 390-426.
Edikpa, E.C. (2006). Concept of Functional Education. Reading in Social Sciences for University Studies 1 Edited by Ojukwu, Azide and Nzomiwu Enugu Frefabag Investment Ltd. 45-62.
Edikpa, E.C. (2006). Historical Development of African-World View and Historical Determination – Understanding History Humanities and its Culture Introductory test. Edited by Nwogwugwu, Anozie and Nzomiwu, Enugu 291-303.
Edikpa, E.C. (2006). Application of Computer in Education. Introduction to Computer Studies. Onitsha: West and Solomon Publishing co. Ltd. 78-86.
Edikpa, E.C. (2004). Relevance of Peace Education for the Nigeria Citizens. Citizenship Education in Nigeria: A Revised Edition. Edited by Anozie, Eric Emeka (Rev.) Onitsha; ML ZOMAS 194-199.
Edikpa, E.C. (2004). Spiritual Gifts. Theme 7 Book 3 Christian Religious Knowledge for Senior Secondary Schools. Africana First Publishers Ltd. 2010-213.
Edikpa, E.C. (2004). The Sermon on the Mount. Theme 5: Book 2 Christian Religious Knowledge for Senior Secondary Schools. Africana First Publishers Ltd. 122-127.
Edikpa, E.C. (2004). A Man After God’s Own Heart. Theme 7: Book 1 Christian Religious Knowledge for Senior Secondary Schools. Africana First Publishers Ltd. 40-48.
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